A walk through time

Kintonis Winery starts its history in 1952 in Aigio with the construction of the first privately owned Winery from its founder George Kintonis. The love for the wine and land was the driving force to turn the hobby into profession.

In 1982 the winery passed into the hands of the second generation, the son of George Kintonis, John G. Kintonis, who undertakes the risk to extend and modernize the winery under hard circumstances and during economically tough times.

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The family legacy and love for wine passes to the third generation, John's children, in 2006, with representative George J. Kintonis, a Chemical-Oenologist from the University of Patras. The team is also comprised of Panagiota Kintoni in the Accounting Department and Angeliki Kintoni in the Department of Sales and Marketing.

During that time, a great leap forward takes place and the winery is completely modernized with the implementation of a large number of technological, operational and architectural innovations, housed in a new, modern building of 2,400 m2.

Nowadays, the winery has modern facilities for processing, bottling and packaging. Wine storage exceeds 4,000 tones of production in facilities that exceed 3,700 m2. All winemaking process is controlled based on the ISO 22000 quality standards.

Stainless steel tanks with temperature controlled fermentation and storage, pneumatic presses are used to facilitate processing during the harvest period without straining the raw material, two specially designed controlled temperature and humidity areas with French oak barrels, for aging of wines, tasting room for organized tasting, high-tech bottling and packaging line and two discontinuous copper-inox stills with steam operating in a specially designed area of the distillery are the proof of the continuously upward course of a 60-year-old Greek company, ready to claim stable and reliable partnerships in international markets.

Our products have been awarded in significant international wine competitions. About 40% of production is absorbed domestically while the remainder is exported in 15 countries and in more than 40 importers.

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